The actors from the 'Harry Potter' films just had a reunion and the pictures are adorable

The actors from the 'Harry Potter' films just had a reunion and the pictures are adorable

Millennials grew up obsessed with the Harry Potter franchise; we've all got accounts on Pottermore, we know which house we'd be sorted into, and I even know what my Patronus would be.

In fact, we can be weirdly passionate about aspects of the books and films. Just think back to the times that you've gotten into a heated conversation about the redeeming qualities of the Slytherin house, or actually gotten angry when someone dares proclaim that The Prisoner of Azkaban is the weakest movie in the series. Yes, whilst Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint have moved on to greener pastures, we're still stuck in the past; re-watching and re-reading ad infinitum.

Or... Perhaps not. A bunch of actors from the films just had a super sweet reunion, and the pictures are everything.

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Tom Felton, who portrayed Draco Malfoy, uploaded several snaps to Instagram showing him hanging out with Emma Watson aka Hermione Granger, Evanna Lynch aka Luna Lovegood, Bonnie Wright aka Ginny Weasley, and Matthew Lewis aka Neville Longbottom.

Watson then proceeded to upload the photo to her own social media, and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.

In related news, even Harry Potter's titular man, Daniel Radcliffe, can't spot every reference to J.K Rowling's beloved series.

Daniel is currently starring in the Broadway play, The Lifespan of Fact, but unbeknownst to him, producers had slipped in a tiny Harry Potter reference. While the audience picked up on it straight away, it went right over the actor's head.

In the play, Radcliffe portrays the tenacious young fact checker, Jim Fingal, and in one scene he opens a door under the stairs, believing it to be a basement. Naturally, it turned out to be a cupboard under the stairs!

Check out this mini Harry Potter reunion:

Daniel has admitted that he doesn't notice each and every reference to J.K Rowling's beloved series. "It wasn’t at all [related] until people pointed it out to me," he told Vulture. "I miss this stuff, I really don’t think about it. Somebody the other day, at the stage door, asked, 'Is it an intentional Potter reference?' No! I wasn’t like, 'Build a cupboard on this set for me to make a joke about Potter'."

"Last night it got a reaction, and I was like, 'Oh no, that’s people thinking it’s Potter.' It got almost a round of applause. I thought then that I’ve got to find a different way [to play that moment], I can’t encourage that," he continued.